The False Princess takes you down the same path that countless fairy tales have already walked. Why read it? Because this time your walking it backwards.
Nalia is the princess, until she discovers that her real name is Sinda and she's really just a stand in to protect the real Nalia. That really sucks because all she knows is how to be a princess.
This book isn't just about princess's and fairy tales. It's about discovering who you are. About making your own future. A lot of things weren't perfect but that made it feel more real. I really enjoyed False Princess.